- Abiotic processes and harmful substances in lakes
- Biocoenosis in evaluating the ecological status of lakes
- New lake–monitoring techniques
- Quality assessment
- Management of results.
- Water acidification and its impact on biodiversity
- The presence of endocrine disrupters
- The bioaccumulation of mercury in the food chain.
Biocoenosis in Evaluation of the Ecological State of the Lake.
Harmful Substances in the Lake Environment.
New Approaches in Lake Monitoring.
The Management of Monitoring Results.
"This book should be on the shelf of all universities where environmental studies/science, hydrology, limnology, water resources or physical geography is taught at postgraduate level." (Int Jnl of Environment Studies, Vol.58 2001)
"...Overall this is a very good book..." (AREA, Vol.34, No.2, 2002)